Katharine Jose

We’re happy to announce the addition of Katharine P. Jose to the Observer, starting this week.

She has worked at the New-York Historical Society and the Tribeca Film Festival, and did the 2 p.m.-midnight shift at the Huffington Post. She’s also something of an expert on the affordable housing shortage in Soho.

Please welcome her by sending her lots of tips, leads, photographs, fund-raising invitations, and newsy tidbits at kjose(at)observer.com.

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